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Furious that Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer were blocking a bill to help Americans through the COVID-19 crisis, President Trump stepped up and got the job done, all by himself.
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The Department of Homeland Security watchdog has criticized Border Patrol for not looking for a cheaper alternative to President Trump's border wall, such as cutting-edge surveillance technology.
Beer, leather company called out after accidentally naming businesses Maori word for 'pubic hair'
It’s a hairy mistake.
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Scientists say parasites are important parts of ecosystems, but many are at risk of extinction. So, they're calling for a parasite conservation movement.
Black Activist Burnout: 'You Can't Do This Work If You're Running On Empty'
National attention on the fight for racial justice may wane, but many protesters are still staging rallies and marches. How do they fight the system while combating their own burnout?
What It's Like When COVID-19 Lasts For Months
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A family's search for a loved one after Beirut port explosion
Michelle hasn't slept for three nights. Her husband Joe worked at the Beirut port but she hasn't heard from him since the blast. CNN's Arwa Damon meets Michelle, her two small daughters and a family fearing the worst.
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Trump’s postmaster general is doing everything except restoring faith in the Postal Service.
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Before deciding on whether to hold the 80th annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, the local city council turned to its residents to get their take.
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Everything is back to normal for Damian Lillard.
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Parents whose children have been battling symptoms as diverse as fatigue, breathlessness, chest pains, diarrhea and "covid toes" for weeks after suspected Covid-19 infection say there is little help to guide their kids' recovery.
Entire Pirates-Cards 3-game series postponed over virus woes
The entire three-game series between the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis that was set to begin Monday night at Busch Stadium has been postponed while the Cardinals deal with a COVID-19 outbreak.
US golf star Collin Morikawa, 23, wins maiden major at the PGA Championship
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'Unprecedented' protests erupt in Belarus following election
Protests erupted across Belarus following a presidential election as preliminary results showed President Alexander Lukashenko re-elected with 80% of the vote, according to the country's Central Election Commission. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Coronavirus updates: US records under 50,000 new cases for 1st time in 6 days
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Riot again declared in Portland after crowd marches on police union building
A riot was declared in Portland Sunday evening as officers tried to quell another night of unrest that saw protesters march on a police union building, throw objects at officers, block a road and set dumpster fires, according to multiple reports.
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Heat advisories for the Northeast
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Chicago officials put up a fence after the mayor scolded residents gathered at Montrose Beach
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A baby is among 7 injured after car crashes into Mennonite horse and buggy
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Rachael Ray's upstate New York home damaged in fire
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How Recycling Flowers Can Save India’s Sacred River
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Column: California should allow its voters to fill U.S. Senate vacancies — not the governor
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New Zealand just hit a milestone in its fight against Covid-19
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College sports' 'Power Five' leaders are discussing postponing football season amid coronavirus concerns, reports say
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Hong Kong police raid pro-democracy media group, arrest founder
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Indoor services at California church spark confrontation between protesters, congregants: report
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Texas mother-of-three found dead, ex-husband charged with kidnapping
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Coronavirus cases jump 40% in US kids last month: report
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Afghanistan to release 400 Taliban prisoners, paving way for direct peace talks
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6 French Aid Workers and 2 Guides Killed by Gunmen at Giraffe Park in Niger
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California's public health director resigns amid questions about coronavirus test data
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Rizin FF 23 live results
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Apparent drive-by shooting wounds 9 at family gathering in park
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MLB postpones Cardinals' series against Pirates after more test positive for Covid-19
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Yankees quick to defend Gary Sanchez over dooming wild pitch
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Pandemic plunging millions into extreme poverty
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#WeWantToPlay: Top college football players call for creation of players association
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US surpasses 5 million Covid-19 cases
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